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Ciro Trail Sarajevo: Walk on the old Austro-Hungarian railway line

Abandoned railway line of the Ciro train, known today as Ciro Trail Sarajevo - Pale is today used by hikers and cyclists. Ciro is the name of a famous Austro-Hungarian steam train from the 20th century. It transported passengers daily on a narrow-gauge railway line connecting today's Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Croatia. One of Ciro lines went from Sarajevo to Višegrad and Dobrun settlement, which is located near the border with Serb ...


European Youth Olympic Festival in Sarajevo & East Sarajevo

European Youth Olympic Festival 2019 took place in East Sarajevo and Sarajevo, from 9th to 16th February. Beside XIV Olympic Winter Games in 1984, this is the second Olympic event held in Sarajevo. I belong to a younger generation that wasn't there to see the 1984 Olympics. But, we all have memories from our parents and family. Every citizen of Sarajevo had some role in making Sarajevo the most memorable host. I admit I am jealous I wasn't part o ...


Hiking is like meditating: Power of Nature

Hiking across stunning mountains in southeastern Europe helps me to relax and connect with myself in the most powerful way. Mountains are the only place where all my problems and worries totally disappear for at least a couple of hours. For a long time, I wanted to write about my love for mountains and hiking. I wanted to share my feelings and thoughts. Why do I love to hike? How did I fell in love with the mountains? To explain to you that, f ...


What to pack for a trip to Europe: Western Balkans

Working as a mountain & culture guide in the Western Balkans, I often hear from my clients they had to research what to pack for a trip to Europe, precisely Western Balkans before traveling to this region.To help you to prepare for your trip to the Western Balkans, I have decided to write a packing checklist and answer to the FAQ. As a local living in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and as a professional guide, I know what is essential to pack for ea ...


Best of Novi Sad and its surrounding

Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia and the administrative center of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. Located in the southern part of the fertile Pannonian Plain, on the banks of the huge Danube river, and near Fruska Gora mountain, Novi Sad has a lot to offer. Beautiful architecture, worldwide festivals, and events, wine trails, a taste of homemade cuisine at “Salaš” farmsteads and “čardas”, beautiful nature and many Orthodox monaster ...


Day trip from Dubrovnik to Montenegro

If you're spending a summer vacation in Dubrovnik, use the opportunity to take a day trip to Montenegro and stunning Kotor Bay.Dubrovnik is a small Mediterian town situated on the furthest south of the Croatian Adriatic coast, quite close to the border with Montenegro. Surrounded by many islands, Dubrovnik is considered to be a premier destination in the Mediterranean region.It is known for its distinctive Old town from the 16th century, encircle ...

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